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NESOP Welcomes New Staff Members

NESOP is pleased to announce three new additions to our Main Office Staff!

Cameron MacMartin is the new Registrar / Assistant to the Academic Director.

As a 2012 Graduate of the NESOP Full-Time Professional Photography Program, possessing extensive management experience as well as having had direct experience working in the Registrar’s Office of another post-secondary institution, Cameron has a unique combination of skills that make her perfect for this position.  Additionally, after working as a tour manager for several years with Cirque du Soleil, Cameron will undoubtedly be well-prepared to juggle the many tasks at hand!

Cameron will be available to respond to Registrar & Academic-related requests Tuesday through Friday, each week.

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Nicolette Pinnock started with us on June 25th as the new Director of Financial Aid.

Nicolette has twelve years experience in financial aid, working for institutions such as the Bryman Institute, Berklee College of Music, ITT Tech and Bay State College.  She spent some time working with Mark prior to his departure, ensuring a smooth transition for students and administration, and we are happy to have her on board!

Nicolette will be available Monday through Friday, each week.

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Mark Giannini is NESOP’s new Director of Admissions & Recruiting.

Mark comes to NESOP with a graduate degree in Integrated Marketing Communication and over ten years experience in admissions and recruiting with the Boston Architectural Center, where he not only had success in growing enrollment and improving retention, but was also the individual solely responsible for the marketing and recruiting to launch their Distance Master of Architecture program.  He has experience identifying and targeting new student markets and has worked at and managed others within all levels of the enrollment spectrum.

Mark will be in the office Monday through Friday working toward exceeding our enrollment goals.

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Orianna Reardon: Featured Emerging Artist | Panopticon Gallery

Orianna Reardon: Featured Emerging Artist | Panopticon Gallery

2012 NESOP grad Orianna Reardon has been selected as Panopticon Gallery’s next Featured Emerging Artist.

“Orianna has been working on a series of self-portraits and experimenting with both large and small format cameras, including Polaroid and the new Impossible Project film.

Reardon’s images are dark, mysterious and in some instances very revealing. Photographs from the artist immersed in the landscape are juxtaposed with staged images in a studio setting. Just when you think you know what she is doing, she changes direction with a click of the shutter.”  – Panopticon Gallery

Orianna will have her photos displayed at Panopticon Gallery from July 12 – September 11th. Opening reception will be held Thursday, July 12 from 5:30 – 7:30 PM – stop by and meet her!

Adrian Mueller, ’99, featured in Communication Arts Photography Annual

Adrian Mueller, '99, featured in Communication Arts Photography Annual

Congratulations to 1999 NESOP alum Adrian Mueller whose work for Costa Sunglasses is featured in the 2012 Communication Arts Photography Annual.

“A model made to look like a trophy from parts of Costa sunglasses was built, photographed and used in print ads, online point-of-sale and out-of-home’ with the headline: ‘Built for fishing and everything else under the sun.'”

Adrian’s other recent accolades include:
– Archive’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide 2012/13
– American Photography 28 / 2012
– Archive’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide 2010/11
– Communication Arts Advertising Annual 2011

NESOP Grad Katie Kaizer Published in N Magazine

2011 NESOP Grad Katie Kaizer Published in N Magazine, June

2011 NESOP alum Katie Kaizer recently had her photos published in two articles appearing in N Magazine’s June 2012 Issue, Nantucket, MA.

“Katie spent the month of March in Uganda, volunteering her photography to small organizations that are dramatically changing the lives of women and children who have been devastated by decades of violence, disease, and poverty. “I was trying to give these women a platform, a way to tell their story… they were so happy,” she says, holding back tears.”

Africa Through an Islander’s Eyes: http://www.n-magazine.com/arts-entertainment/africa-through-an-islanders-eyes/
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Dames of the Dump: http://www.n-magazine.com/arts-entertainment/dames-of-the-dump/

National Photo Month Contest – Week #4 Winner: Linda Doherty

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Congratulations to Linda Doherty – her photo submission “Into the West” has been chosen as the Week #4 Winner of of the NESOP National Photo Month Contest!   We received over 100 submissions for this contest during the month of May, and saw work from some very talented photographers – thank you to all who participated!

Virtual Tour: PRC 2012 Student Exhibition

Congratulations to NESOP students: Cori-lynne Forbes, Alexa Torre, Carrie Kinsella, Connor Summer, Libby Gowen and Anna Davidson for their recent participation in the PRC 2012 Student Exhibition!  NESOP was one of 19 area schools participating in this annual program.  Click link to see exhibit photos:

Virtual Tour: PRC 2012 Student Exhibition

“This annual showcase of work by students enrolled in PRC Institutional Member schools demonstrates the breadth of Boston’s photographic education community.  We are proud to present the creative talents of tomorrow on display today, and we hope the viewers will gain an appreciation for the diversity of young, contemporary photographic visions – and the remarkable range of academic programs supporting them – that surround the PRC.”

—Erin Wederbrook Yuskaitis, Program & Exhibition Manager

For photos from the Opening Night Reception, click here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/prcboston/sets/72157629771981152/

National Photo Month Contest – Week #3 Winner: Alix Vrana

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Congratulations to Alix Vrana – her photo submission “Candy for Giants” has been chosen as the Week #3 Winner of the NESOP National Photo Month Contest!  We’re now accepting submissions for Week #4.  For consideration please send your original JPEG to NESOPContests@gmail.com.  Photos must be received by 11:59 pm EST on Sunday 5/27/12 to be considered.  Please limit entries to three photos per day.  All are encouraged to participate.  Click here for more info: https://nesopblog.com/2012/05/01/national-photo-month-contest/

Ben Gebo ’09 Website Relaunch!

Got a message from recent alum, Ben Gebo who wanted to throw some updates our way….

He recently went on a road trip, and images from that experience are on his new website under the personal section, as well as tons of great work for his numerous clients.  Make sure you check out his new site by clicking HERE, and as a nifty preview, here’s a shot from his road trip:

Aaron Joel Santos ’07, Reporting from Vietnam

Got a message from Aaron recently and he sent along a few images from a recent project that he got to do.  He writes, “I’m still living and working in Vietnam. I’ve done several travel stories and commercial gigs recently, including a fashion shoot for Sula Clothing, a London-based designer who photographed her new winter collection with me in the mountains of northern Vietnam.”  It sounds like an amazing experience!  Here are two shots from the project:

Lisa Brown ’93 Involved with Artist Run Gallery on Martha’s Vineyard

Lisa of L.A. Brown Photography has exciting news – she is now part of an all artist run gallery out on Martha’s Vineyard that opened at the beginning of the month!  She writes, “This is the only island gallery that is artist run and owned…we make up over 190 years on art on MV!”  The name of the gallery is The Night Heron Gallery and you should click HERE to find out more about it.  I’ll end with a recent image by Lisa, herself: